Jason Calacanis, Inside.com founder discusses his views on Twitter after the hacking of high-profile accounts and early-investor Chris Sacca selling his stake in the social media company.
Cantor Fitzgerald has joined the snap skeptic chorus.
Billionaire Chris Sacca took to Twitter to express his frustration over the company's stock and bot issue.
Billionaire Chris Sacca said he hates Twitter's stock and the continued issue with having "bots" on the platform is "embarrassing".
The main Twitter account for Forbes was hacked Wednesday, branded with the Turkish flag and messages being sent out in Turkish.
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A new study found that 9-15% of active Twitter accounts controlled by bots. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Reporters and internet jokesters poked fun at White House press secretary Sean Spicer's upside-down American flag pin at the daily briefing.
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A big chunk of those "likes," "retweets," and "followers" lighting up your Twitter account may not be coming from human hands.
Trump has tweeted more than 260 times since Inauguration Day, NBC News reports.
When Yossi Atias came home one day, he saw his daughter using her laptop but the camera had been covered with a Band-Aid.
Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat parent company Snap, has had a very good week.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO, discusses the trajectory for Snap one week on from its IPO and how it compares to Facebook and Twitter.
Traders paid more to "short" Facebook shares on its public debut than they did when Snapchat parent Snap went public.
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Snap's future, at least in the near term, may not be all doe eyes and rainbow filters.